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Manny Pacquiao: Gays Worse Than Animals

What do you do when your athletic career is over and you’re lining up a new career in politics? Well obviously, you start pandering to the religious hardliners for easy votes. In an interview with Filipino television, the former champion

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Getting Hit in the Head Increases Suicide Risk

It’s almost as if, getting kicked and punched is bad for you. There has been much ado in the media about traumatic brain injuries, especially with regards to professional football players. Canadian researchers recently published a study in which they demonstrated

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Five Hard Truths About Martial Arts you don’t want to believe…

Do you overestimate your fighting ability? This forum post by Plasma lays out the uncomfortable reality of your situation. The question is, will you pay attention and improve, or will you prefer to live in denial and continue to suck?

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Why You Suck at the Bench Press

Unless you’re one of those fortunate individuals born with the Angus genes, pectoralis development has probably been a challenge. Well no more, according to the folks at Body Recomposition. They point out that you, and just about everyone else, has

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UFC Women’s Division: Shallow Talent Pool?

Is there a lack of top competition at the highest levels of Women’s MMA? Forum Bully “Devil” opines on the situation in the following discussion thread. What do you think? What a waste of talent. On what planet does a

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Liviu Librescu – Badass of the Month

What defines a bad-ass, a hero, a man of undeniable grit and fortitude is wide open to interpretation and understanding. We here at Bullshido would normally define it by way of some unparalleled feat in the arts of war and

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King Leonidas and his 300 Spartans – Badasses of the Month

The Spartan 300: The Greatest Badasses in History Most bad-asses will be lucky to have their exploits remembered a year after their deaths. Some will be very lucky to be a foot note in a history book 50 years after

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